Tigers have complete game in lopsided win

HOWARDS GROVE – The Howards Grove Tigers had an excellent overall performance as they routed visiting Cedar Grove-Belgium, 5-0, in a Big East Conference girls soccer game Saturday.

“Today was probably our best game of the season so far. We played a complete game and made very few errors that would allow another team to take advantage of,” said Tiger head coach Kasy Smith.

“Our communication was better and passing has improved. A few of our freshman really stepped up today as well. Tess Trueblood had a nice game. Emma Dehne and Kate Bruckschen found the net to give us goal one and three on the day.”

Also scoring for the Tigers were Kaitlynn Near, Emily Schmid and Brittany Schaller with one goal each. Schaller had a team-high two assists. Malayna McDaniel, Bruckschen and Near had one assist each.

The Tigers, who earned their second straight shutout, hiked their BEC record to 3-0-1 (4-2-1 overall). The Rockets fell to 2-2 in league play (2-3 overall).

“Olivia Stauss had to earn her shutout today as CG-B did put some pressure on and she made some nice saves and finished with the clean sheet,” said Smith.

Staauss, a junior goalie, made nine saves. Rocket goalkeeper Maycie Navis had seven saves. HGHS led 13-9 in shots on goal.

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